An attorney for workers suing General Motors says employees are still facing racial harassment after nooses and racist graffiti were found two years ago at a plant in Toledo. 

Associated Press

The Maumee man charged with driving a car into a crowd of protesters at a white nationalist rally in Virginia last year has pleaded not guilty to federal hate crime charges. 

Some north Columbus residents are angry about neo-Nazi recruiting flyers in their neighborhood.

The Ohio Civil Rights Commission says General Motors allowed the harassment of a black employee at the firm's plant in Toledo to go unchecked last year.  


Authorities want the public's help finding the person who spray painted words including "Go Home," "Trump America" and (Muslim) "terrorist" on a vehicle belonging to someone of Middle Eastern descent in Cincinnati's Sayler Park neighborhood. 

A west side neighborhood plans to hold a unity rally Sunday evening after racist fliers were found posted in the area. 

Ohio Public Radio

State lawmakers want to make it easier for county recorders to change racist and discriminatory language in old housing documents brought to them by a homeowner, an attorney or a title company.

The volunteer firefighter in Franklin Township  who made a racist social media post has resigned.

A volunteer firefighter in Warren County has been suspended indefinitely after a social media post that stated he would save a dog from a burning building before a black person.

Advocates for the homeless and social service groups held a forum yesterday on the connection between racism and homelessness.

OSU students hold town hall on racism

Sep 5, 2012

More than a hundred Ohio State University Students showed up at a town hall meeting Tuesday night, to talk about racism.  For Ohio Public Radio, Michael Locklear reports the participants shared stories about their run-ins with racism -- and talk about curbing the problem on campus.